Day: September 27, 2019

Study Proves the FCC’s Core Justification For Killing Net Neutrality Was False

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: A new study has found the FCC’s primary justification for repealing net neutrality was indisputably false. For years, big ISPs and Trump FCC boss Ajit Pai have told anyone who’d listen that the FCC’s net neutrality rules, passed in 2015 and repealed last year in a flurry…

New SIM card attack disclosed, similar to Simjacker

There’s now an app to test your phone’s SIM card for both Simjacker and WIBattack …read more Source:: ZDNet

Bollinger B1 and B2 look sharp… literally – Roadshow

There are more than a few straight edges here. …read more Source:: CNet

The Heat Death of 5G

An anonymous reader shares a report: Yes, 5G is coming and data rates will improve, but we, the mobile industry, still have a lot of work to do. We could regale you with litanies of woe about roaming and hand-offs, or belabor the small cell backhaul density logjam. But perhaps the best example of roadblocks…

Rise of Skywalker collectible magazine covers star Reylo, lightsabers – CNET

Empire Magazine issues hit stands Oct. 3. …read more Source:: CNet

Hyundai will work with Cummins on fuel cell technology for commercial vehicles – Roadshow

Right now, the focus is on simply commercializing the technology, but the future is wide open. …read more Source:: CNet

CTRL-Labs: Facebook didn’t buy a billion-dollar, brain-scanning startup

Facebook’s public trust issues create a perception of a nefarious agenda with the recent acquisition of a New York-based startup that uses electrical muscle signals to control a virtual hand. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Spider-Man’s not leaving the MCU yet, and fans think that’s super – CNET

Peter Parker’s movie future is still a tangled web, but fans are feeling better. …read more Source:: CNet

What’s that smell? Perfume merchant senses the scent of a digital burglary

Fragrance Direct discovers ‘malicious code’ that led to leakage of customer data Online merchant has confirmed a miscreant broke into its systems and made off with a raft of customers’ personal data, including payment card details.… …read more Source:: Register

Koenigsegg breaks its own 0-400-0 kph record with the Regera hybrid hypercar – Roadshow

The 1,500-horsepower Regera made the sprint to nearly 250 mph and back to zero in just 31.49 seconds. …read more Source:: CNet